Newsletter 11th July 22

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Executive Headteacher: Mr. R. Barraclough Head of School: Mr. J. Molyneux

Monday 11th July 2022


 Spiritual Reflection – In the Good Samaritan we see Jesus (Luke 10:25-37)

Yesterday was the 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time, when through the Gospel reading we celebrated the God who is close to us, in His word and as our neighbour. The Gospel reading was the well-known parable of ‘The Good Samaritan.’ As the image of the unseen God and the Good Samaritan, Christ is close to us in all life circumstances. So, the church urges us to acknowledge the presence of God both in his word and in our neighbours.

In the gospel, Jesus directed the young man to the scriptures. By doing this, Jesus tries to let him understand that we can find God in his Word, which is close to him. Therefore, to love God is to love his word. He then goes on to tell the story of the Good Samaritan. The word of God is personified in the Good Samaritan in today’s gospel. The word of God is Jesus himself, who speaks to us, and Jesus who is ever close to us like the Good Samaritan.

 

Today’s gospel also presents to us another way through which God is close to us. That is, in our neighbour. As a humble master, he is always available to us in simple ways and things. He is close to us in the scriptures, poor, just, pious, marginalised, sick, and weak. Like the Good Samaritan, if we search for God in these, we will find Him. The good Samaritan saw God in the victim and so was moved to help him.

The Good Samaritan represents those who seek Christ in the weak, wounded and needy. He represents those who are mindful of their neighbours and the wounded. Also, he represents Christ, who is always quick to come to our help when we are weak or feel abandoned. He is ever ready to help us recover from our injuries. He is so close to taking care of and healing us.

 

Virtues to live by

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The following children have demonstrated in school that they are living by this virtue and have been recognised by their class teacher.

RG: Sumayya  RS: Brooke  1K:Alyaan   1/2 T: Austin  2B: Iqra  3C:   3/4MT: Wren  4C: Anna  5W: Nabiha  5/6B:  6CD: Omar

 

Teaching Staff Structure – Academic Year 2022-2023

Foundation Stage

Class OG                   Miss Gourmley

Class 0S                     Mrs Shuttleworth

Key Stage 1

Class 1K                     Mrs Kendrew

Class 1/2T                 Miss Tickle

Class 2B                     Miss Bradshaw

Lower Key Stage 2

Class 3CD                  Mrs Conley and Mrs Durkan

Class 3/4TA              Mrs Turner and Mrs Adams

Class 4C                     Miss Cross

Upper Key Stage 2

Class 5W                   Miss Workman

Class 5/6B                Miss Balmond

Class 6B                     Miss Burn

Head of School Recognition award

The following children have been chosen by their teacher to receive a personalised letter from our Head of School, Mr Molyneux .

RG: Oscar
RS: Oliwia
1K: Bukunmi
1/2T: Annabelle
2B: David A
3C:
3/4MT: Julia
4C: Adaam
5W: Haleema
5/6B: Angelina
6CD: Precious

Handwriter’s Award

Our star handwriters for the last week were:

RG: Ernest
RS: Nathan
1K: Pola
1/2T: Catherine
2B: Efayobase
3C:
3/4MT: Jasmine
4C: Aridona
5W: Grasey
5/6B: Martyna
6CD: Olivia

Winners of the handwriting award will have their work displayed in school.

Class Attendance Award

 

Class 5/6B were the last weeks attendance winners  with 98.06%.

RG: 87.14%
RS: 89.05%
1K: 93.00%
1/2T: 96.00%
2B: 95.67%
3C: 94.52%
3/4MT:94.52%
4C: 86.67%
5W: 93.23%
5/6B: 98.06%
6CD: 93.26%

 

 

School Milk

Next academic year we will be moving suppliers to our new provider ‘Cool Milk’. Please look out for further information regarding this on dojo in the next few days.

Extra Curricular Achievements

 

Thandi won the rising star award at drama this weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

Miles  in 1/2T has passed his level 3 learn to swim award.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Owen  in Y5/6B has passed his level 6 learn to swim award and was also awarded with Instructors Superstar of the Class at his Martial Arts class.

We would love to celebrate your child’s extra curricular achievements in our weekly newsletter. Please email any photos or information of rewards you would like us to share at admin@sa.bkcat.co.uk

 

Diary Dates

Monday 11th July – Sports Day (weather permitting) Reserve date for Sports Day 14th July
Tuesday 12th July – Transition Day
Thursday 14th July – LKS2 Singing Assembly
Monday 18th July – Open Evening 4- 5.30pm
Wednesday 20th July – Y6 Leavers Mass/ End of Year Mass for Whole School at St Austin’s Church 10am – Year 6 parents invited
Wednesday 20th July – Y6 Leavers Assembly in school 2.30pm – Year 6 parents invited
Friday 22nd July – last day of term – school closes 3.25pm

 

A few parents have asked about Class Dojo Plus.

Class Dojo is free, forever. However there is a paid for add-on that parents CAN sign up for. If you want to do this, you can give your child “home dojo points” and use the same system at home as a reward system but this is NOT necessary.

Class Dojo is free
Class Dojo Plus is a paid-for subscription service which is OPTIONAL.

Please contact class dojo direct about any issues with Class Dojo Plus: https://classdojo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022974831-How-to-Cancel-your-ClassDojo-Plus-Subscription#ios

 

Send your jokes to admin@sa.bkact.co.uk

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